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Comments for Out-of-State Visitors at CA Parks: What Is Disneyland Doing?

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21 Comments

  1. LO

    How are they verifying residency, especially for kids under 16 with no ID?

    1. Robert Wilkens

      Kids under 16 not allowed without adults.

  2. D. Best

    California is truly a state filled with nothing but hypocrites. My state has been overrun with California residents for more than a year now. They all come here to Arizona to escape the outrageous tyrant they have running that state. Hell, their professional sports teams even play their home games here in Arizona. But, we are forbidden from even visiting your “utopian” state. Too bad we don’t ban you people from spreading your filth here in our state. My life would certainly be much better without you here in Arizona!

    1. NVNow

      LOL sorry no they dont. They come here to Vegas every weekend, like many Nevada ppl go down to their beaches. We also get over run by Arizona residents and Utah ppl.
      As for sports, we stole their football team so they be mad at us 🙂
      Just chill, what other states do is their own biz, and yes you can visit California, no one stopping you from driving in.

    2. Kathy

      Yes! That goes for Nevada too. I see CA plates like locust here in northern Nevada.

    3. Kathy

      Yes! That goes for Nevada too. I see CA plates like locusts here in northern Nevada. But they don’t want other states to contaminate them.

    4. Sherri

      I’m typically very hospitable. We were on lockdown twice and couldn’t even enjoy the things we have in our own backyard that many come to CA for and we take for granted ie beaches, mountains, nightlife, etc.

      Those of us with Disney annual passes lost them after 30 years when Disney permanently “sunsetted” them and refunded money. We get nothing when the parks reopen; no special day or extended hours. So yes, at least for the two months on the ticket and reservation calendar, I hope it stays CA residents only. With no worries of not being able to get in while it’s still at 35% capacity limits and definitely no worries of fake completed vax cards.

      But hey, don’t worry! I promise not to step one foot in AZ while Disney is CA resident only.

  3. Michael mouse

    California is one of the most beautiful states with such a large economy , i reserved tickets into the park as a guest I’m glad the restrictions apply . If someone is traveling from out of state , visiting a theme park could wait . I’m going for a celebration and vaccinated . But there’s many areas like Arizona and Texas and such where people ignore facts and can taint the experience for others , while we’ve worked so hard and Kept things closed in order to get to where we are today . Thankfully with the limit in capacity that will create a more pleasurable and safer experience in terms of wait times and exposures to risks .

    1. Sabre

      Michael, I’m sure those who were put out of work for months on end during those extended lock-downs really appreciated not having the ability to feed their families and keep a roof over their heads. Keeping the boot against the throats of small businesses and their employees is totally worth it if it makes you feel better.

      1. Sherri

        Sabre,
        Get over it. The topic is Disneyland and DCA and the possibility of opening it up to non CA residents. Neither Michael nor I had anything to do with putting anyone out of work. The parks can only allow 35% capacity so yes, at least for the first two months that tickets are available, leave it at CA residents only.

        1. Sabre

          Sherri, I don’t have to “get over it” and neither do any of those hardworking employees who weren’t allowed to do their jobs. Michael was praising those extended lockdowns as a good thing. Presumably Michael never had to face any of the financial hardships that those who were denied a livelihood have. He brought that particular topic up. If one is going to go on a rant about AZ and TX whose governors saw fit to make sure the citizens of their respective states could take care of themselves; while being self-righteous about restrictive lockdowns that incidentally weren’t even applied fairly to all (Gov Newsom’s winery for instance…hmm..); then one should be prepared for someone to point out the hypocrisy.

    2. Sherri

      Michael,

      👏👏👏 well said. I agree with everything you stated.

      The parks can only allow 35% capacity so at least for the first two months that tickets are available, leave it at CA residents only. This is only fair, especially for those of us who are no longer Annual Passholders.

  4. binki

    Looks like Disney isn’t going to be the covid police.

  5. Debra RUSOVICK

    I’m a widow and live in Pennsylvania but my Aunt lives in California. Waiting for the day that we can attend the parks together as we have in previous years. And we are both vaccinated.

  6. Melissa

    As a California native now living in the Midwest we are planning a family reunion in July. All of my siblings will be in Cali for the first time since 1999 and we’d hoped to go to Disney. All of us are vaccinated but with the rules in place only half will be able to go. Beyond disappointed.

    1. OMG ‘ You mean that if I’m vaccinated I can enter your elite theme park in California” Hello Florida 😊 “

  7. Rich

    Just go from what I heard from friends and family they are not checking IDs they don’t care.

    1. Amy

      They aren’t even open yet – interested in how you know “they are not checking IDs they don’t care” 🤔

      1. Sherri

        Amy, people will say anything without thinking! rofl When taking payment for tickets, they ask for your zip code or you put it in online. Also, actual entrance requires a ticket, reservation and ID. Not one or best two out of three, all three will be required.

  8. Sherri

    Amy, people will say anything without thinking! rofl When taking payment for tickets, they ask for your zip code or you put it in online. Also, actual entrance requires a ticket, reservation and ID. Not one or best two out of three, all three will be required.

  9. Scott

    I’m from Ohio and just went on June 4th of all dates—the opening of Avengers Campus. I got the tickets on the 2nd after checking the website on a whim and seeing the availability. No one is checking IDs. My adult daughter and I got right in. Zero worries.

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